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Old 08-26-2016, 04:34 PM   Thread Starter #1
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Default 06 Max SES Light + Codes P0500, P1574 & P1800

Hi, I am in need of some help troubleshooting an issue and hope that there's someone smarter than I that can help me.
I have a 2006 Maxima w/3.5L V6 & AT. Recently the SES light came on along with an intermittent problem with the speedometer working/not-working. When the speedometer doesn't work the climate control button lighting doesn't either. When the speedometer returns to working, so does the climate control button lighting. The SES light remains on all the time. The computer is kicking out three trouble codes, P0500, P1574 & P1800. Could these three trouble codes be related? If anyone can shed any light on what may be going on and point me in the right direction I would greatly appreciate it. TIA!
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Default Re: 06 Max SES Light + Codes P0500, P1574 & P1800

they might be related, but unless you have performance problems, you might have a wiring issue.
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